Democracy Now! Thursday, July 10, 2003
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Rumsfeld: New Evidence Did Not Exist on WMDs before War
India, Pakistan and Portugal Say No To U.S. Over Troop Deployment
Sen. Levin on Bush’s Use of Fabricated Niger-Iraq Link: “Absolutely Startling”
Ex-State Dep’t Official: Bush Lied Over Iraq Threat
Top Officials in UK Say Iraq Weapons ‘Unlikely to be Found’
3 More U.S. Soldiers Die in Iraq
- Joseph Wilson, Former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, Debunks Iraq-Niger Uranium Deal and Why the U.S. Went to War
Last year the Bush administration sent Wilson to Niger to investigate reports that the African nation sold uranium to Iraq to revamp nuclear program. He found no evidence of the sale, but President Bush cited the “sale” as a reason to invade Iraq.
- A Survivor and the Children of One of the Victims Discuss the Racially-Motivated Shooting at Lockheed Martin's plant in Miss.
Four of those killed were African-American and evidence is mounting that the incident was a hate crime with colleagues reporting racist incidents involving the killer.
- A Tribute to KPFA & Pacifica News Reporter Chris Bruney
Chris anchored KPFA’s morning newscasts in Berkeley, CA for the past ten years. He died yesterday at the age of 44 of an apparent heart attack. His colleagues at KPFA remembered him in this tribute.